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Digital Citizenship: 2nd Grade

Responsibility: Keep it to Yourself! Respecting Your Own Privacy

Essential Understanding:

It is important to keep personal information private.

Learning Outcome(s):

• Students will learn and be able to explain what privacy is, what types of information

should always be private, and how to keep their information private online.

Common Core Standard(s):

• RI.2.8. Describe how reasons support specific points the author makes in a text.

IFC Skills:

• Compares new ideas with what was known at the beginning of the inquiry

(IFC Assessment 2.5: Prior Knowledge and New Understandings).

Safety: Cybersafety

Essential Understanding:

Our relationship to another person (whether online or in real life) determines the type of

information we share with him/her.

Learning Outcome(s):

• Students will be able to identify the difference between their real life friends and their digital/

online friends.

• Students will be able to identify what information is safe to share with their real friends and

what information is safe to share with their online friends.

Common Core Standard(s):

• SL.2.3 Ask and answer questions about what a speaker says in order to clarify comprehension,

gather additional information, or deepen understanding of a topic or issue.

IFC Skills:

• Asks “I wonder” questions about the research topic.

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